Grateful Dead Live at The Spectrum on 1982-04-05
Friend Of The Devil ->
Deep Elem Blues
Tennessee Jed ->
Little Red Rooster
Man Smart (Woman Smarter)
Playing In The Band ->
Ship Of Fools ->
Playing In The Band Jam ->
The Wheel ->
Playing In The Band ->
Wharf Rat ->
Don't Ease Me In
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue The SpectrumLocation Philadelphia, PASource (FOB) Nakamichi 700 (With Bass EQ) -> Cassette Master (Sony D5M/Maxell DXLIIS/Dolby B) DLineage Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1/Dolby B) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/96k) ->Taped by Bob WagnerTransferred by Charlie Miller
(FOB/4th Row) Sennheiser 441 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (shnid=13612)
Jack Straw (0:00 - 0:59)
Little Red Rooster (0:00 - 0:25)
Drums (5:55 - 6:31)
-- Encore moved to end of 1st Set to fit show onto 2 discs
-- Encore can be re-joined with Set 2 seamlessly
-- Sound improves after Jack Straw
-- Thanks to Bob Wagner for lending me his masters
September 24, 2013
My first show too!
Seriously. It was my first show, I think. I know it was a spring tour show, in Philly, with a Jack Straw opener. And, I remember figuring it out using Deadbase. After listening to show, I realized that this show is why I like certain sort of sounds and why I have been chasing them ever since.
July 20, 2011
Better than I recall
Was kinda high that night, but both me and my friend remember this show as being a real train wreck starting from the beginning of the second set. Goes to show, you don't ever know . . .
The next night,however, without acid, I still remember as one of the best shows I've ever seen. Deadnet just announced that 4/6 (with a smattering of 4/5) will be released as the next "Road Trips" entry.
April 7, 2011
My first show too
This was also my first show. 16 years old and two hits of red mirco-dot…Wow!!! Like aadelma said, "I remember very little about the actual music since the scene was new to me". I lost my friends as soon as we got inside. So I figured I’d go to where our seats were. They were also behind the stage but lower down. I remember dancing with some heads and getting high. Lots of elbow room and a very mellow scene. Great first set and a wacky second set. My main recollection of the show was the parking lot scene and the fact that it snowed after the show. I was on a plane to New Orleans the next morning and caught Rush in Biloxi, MS on April 7th.
April 5, 2011
This was my first show and I have never heard a recording of it before. I remember very little about the actual music since the scene was new to me and a little overwhelming, but listening to this reveals that it was a very solid show for it's time. Nothing amazing, but solid and a great introduction to the many shows which would follow. The main thing that struck me most about The Spectrum was how many people never even went into the stadium itself, just danced up and down the cavernous hallways all evening. I scalped a ticket which was supposed to be stage right but instead was way up and behind the stage, literally the worst seat in the house. Caveat emptor, even at a Dead show!
August 17, 2009
this was my 1st show! great recording, i closed my eyes and it took me back there!uh oh flashbacks! lol thanks guys!! Great show!
April 5, 2009
Super plush AUD.
The "This Day in History" dragnet has caught another one. So glad we have this feature, otherwise I would just get lost over the years in this vault. Brilliant audience recording. Just right. Brilliant show. For Friend of the Devil fans....this one is a gem. Jerry's voice....mmmm, good. Reminds me of the Dead Set version, which I hold as a high watermark for that tune. That Bertha>Playin opener really gets it going in the second set. Within the first words of Ship of Fools, you are reminded again how great Garcia's voice is, on this night. One caution--there is an obnoxious dork who is yelling Saint Stephen multiple times during the first of the sick Playin' in the Band jams. WTF?